Supplies – Water-based Primer – Brown chalk paint – Beige chalk paint – Baking soda – White-colored chalk paint – Dark wax – ....................
How the vase looked before upcycling with chalk paint and baking soda. You can take an ugly thrift store vase and turn it into a gorgeous restoration hardware or pottery barn dupe.
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Spray the floor vase with one coat of primer. Make sure to do this outside, and don't forget to wear a breathing mask.
Mix chalk paint with baking soda. Once the paint has enough texture and is not too dry, start painting it onto the vase.
Mix up some of the lighter chalk paint with some baking soda. Randomly brush on the second color to create an uneven texture.
Scrunch up a rag and dip it into the white paint. Dab some of the paint onto a piece of cardboard first. Dab the scrunched rag randomly all over the vase.
Lastly, dab dark wax onto the textured vase. Use a circular motion to spread the wax and give it a smudged look.
A DIY textured vase! (AKA aged vessel). The result is truly amazing for a project that doesn't cost much money!
Easy DIY napkin holders. No one will guess that the fancy napkin rings on your dinner table were made from recycled toilet paper rolls!